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Volume: 1 Issue: 8
(May 2007)

e-payments cashless cashless society national consumer council

nicola o' reill

national consumer council

global us uk

Opinion: E-payments and the dangers of financial exclusion

The move towards a 'cashless society' will create new and innovative ways for us to manage our money electronically, however these new methods have implications for those with little or no financial tools at their disposal. Nicola O' Reilly, Senior Policy Advocate at the National Consumer Council, raises some issues surrounding these new services.

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